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    • What Makes Guardianship & Adoption Different?

      Guardianship and adoption both involve someone other than a child’s birth parents fulfilling the role of a parent in the child’s life. More importantly, both of these arrangements are intended to ...

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    • What's Involved with Stepparent Adoption in Oklahoma?

      Adoption is an incredible act of selflessness and an expression of love. It also helps to unite families and give a child a peaceful, loving home where they feel safe. For families where one spouse is ...

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    • Is There a Way to Get a Baby Back after Adoption?

      There can be a lot of uncertainty and anxiety brewing when an expectant mother is arranging for her baby to be adopted upon its birth. Much of this can boil down to the point at which the mother can ...

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    • How to Obtain Legal Guardianship of a Minor

      Legal guardianship of a child can be granted to someone when a court believes the child will have a better life with the person seeking guardianship. Whenever possible, Oklahoma courts prefer to keep ...

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    • License Suspensions for Failure to Pay Child Support in Oklahoma

      In all states, both parents are expected to financially support their children, and this does not change because parents are not married or because they are divorced. Under Oklahoma law, one or both ...

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    • Essential Tips on How to Co-Parent Your Children After Divorce

      If you and your former spouse share children, you will still have to be in each other’s lives after your divorce is finalized and, if there is a lot of negativity and resentment between the two of ...

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    • License Suspensions for Failure to Pay Child Support in Oklahoma

      In all states, both parents are expected to financially support their children, and this does not change because parents are not married or because they are divorced. Under Oklahoma law, one or both ...

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    • Essential Tips on How to Co-Parent Your Children After Divorce

      If you and your former spouse share children, you will still have to be in each other’s lives after your divorce is finalized and, if there is a lot of negativity and resentment between the two of ...

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    • Who Is Eligible for Alimony in a Divorce?

      Alimony, commonly known as spousal support, constitutes regular payments that one spouse makes to the other for following their divorce. Alimony is not as common today as it used to be, however, there ...

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    • FAQ: How COVID-19 Affects Employment Law in Oklahoma

      Across the United States, employees have been hit the hardest in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. As local and state governments have ordered businesses to close, many employees have either lost ...

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    • How Does Dying Without a Will Affect Probate?

      Intestacy refers to the condition of an estate when its owner dies without a valid will in place. There are a number of reasons why an estate can fall into intestacy, and it’s not always due to the ...

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    • Estate Planning: Why Everyone Should Have a Plan

      Many people assume estate planning is exclusively for the wealthy. However, it’s beneficial for everyone to have some sort of estate plan in place regardless of the size of their estate. Doing so ...

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    • What is Quiet Title Law in Oklahoma?

      You may need to file a quiet title action if a link in the chain of title of a property is either broken or incorrect. A chain of title is a list of people who have owned a property before the current ...

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    • License Suspensions for Failure to Pay Child Support in Oklahoma

      In all states, both parents are expected to financially support their children, and this does not change because parents are not married or because they are divorced. Under Oklahoma law, one or both ...

      Read More
    • Essential Tips on How to Co-Parent Your Children After Divorce

      If you and your former spouse share children, you will still have to be in each other’s lives after your divorce is finalized and, if there is a lot of negativity and resentment between the two of ...

      Read More
    • Who Is Eligible for Alimony in a Divorce?

      Alimony, commonly known as spousal support, constitutes regular payments that one spouse makes to the other for following their divorce. Alimony is not as common today as it used to be, however, there ...

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    • Can a Condo Association Ban Satellite Dishes?

      Owning and living in a condominium is a much different experience than doing so in a townhome or single-family home. You’re closer to your neighbors, which means you have much less room outside of ...

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    • Ready to Decorate for the Holidays? Check Your HOA Rules First!

      The holiday season is here, which means lights and decorations will soon pop up on homes all around your neighborhood. If you plan on decorating your home for the holidays, it’s important to take ...

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    • Do I Need the HOA’s Approval for Interior Renovations?

      Owning your own property comes with a ton of perks. One of those is doing practically anything you want to the interior to really make it look and feel like home to you. Whether that’s paint, ...

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    • Can a Child Have Two Legal Guardians?

      When a child has more than one legal guardian , this arrangement is called a co-guardianship. Co-guardians are people who may equally share roles in a child’s life, but they can also serve roles in a ...

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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Oklahoma Guardianship

      Guardianship refers to the legal process of appointing someone to care for another person or their property. People who are dealing with guardianship for the first time often have many questions, ...

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    • Reasons to Request Guardianship for a Child

      While guardianship can broadly apply to anyone who can’t care for themselves, it’s most often associated with the care of a minor child. Legal guardianship over a child is a situation in which someone ...

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    • Will Contests Can Interfere with Real Estate Transfers

      When loved ones pass away, they leave behind important property and use their wills to assign it to specific family members and friends. If someone in your family recently passed away, chances are you ...

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    • Top 5 Reasons You Need a Probate Litigation Attorney

      If you are involved in the probate of someone’s estate, you may be the executor named in their will, a legal heir, or a party named in the decedent’s will. Although probate is ideally handled without ...

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    • This One Thing May Be Your Family’s Most Important Concern during Probate

      At Bundren Law Firm, we help clients who need assistance during the probate of a loved one’s estate. Ideally, this process goes smoothly and without necessary disputes – but not every case is so ...

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    • Can a Condo Association Ban Satellite Dishes?

      Owning and living in a condominium is a much different experience than doing so in a townhome or single-family home. You’re closer to your neighbors, which means you have much less room outside of ...

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    • How Do I Clear a Cloud on a Title?

      Real estate transactions are often complex. Even under the best circumstances, they can take a lot of time and attention to detail to ensure that property is being properly transferred from one party ...

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    • Who’s Responsible for Fence Damage in Oklahoma?

      When a fence between you and a neighbor is damaged, which one of you is responsible for repairing it? That’s a question that can quickly test just how “neighborly” two homeowners can be. Among the ...

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